How is your knowledge from a brilliant weekend of football and hurling? #TheToughest
In one of the first county finals of the year, Middletown put Armagh SHC titles back-to-back when they powered to a 2-19 to 2-8 victory over Cú Chulainn at the Athletic Grounds on Saturday night.
Bon Voyage Peter Acheson...
Crossmaglen's bid for a 20th Armagh SFC title in 21 years began with a 2-13 to 1-10 victory over Dromintee at a rain-soaked Cullyhanna last night.
"All-Ireland semi-finals are there to be won. We all have enough experience of playing epic finals and one thing or another so we are just content with getting to the final at this moment."
What a fantastic weekend at the club with the The Qube, in conjunction with The Fight On Campaign for Séanín, on Saturday proving to be a brilliant night.
Armagh remain on target for a famous double after a magnificent second half comeback earned the Division 3 National League champions a coveted place in the Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Premier Junior Camogie Final at Croke Park on September 11th.
Andy Mallon and Ciaran McKeever are set to take time before deciding on their futures with Armagh.
The Armagh senior football championship begins this weekend as Crossmaglen go in search of their 20th county title in 21 years.
Outstanding individual performances were in plentiful supply across two enthralling All-Ireland SHC semi-finals. Here is our team of the week...
Do you know your stuff when it comes to what happened in the GAA world at the weekend?
The popular reality TV series Googlebox is coming to Ireland and they are looking for a GAA family to voice their opinions on what's on the telly!
Two epic hurling encounters kept GAA fans on the edge of their seats this past weekend...
"It's well documented that we've struggled to win those kinds of games. Whether you like being associated with that or not, I can't change the facts."
Today we had the second of this year's All-Ireland senior hurling championship finals down for decision.
Former Antrim footballer Kevin Carey is facing the biggest battle of his life.
Armagh defender James Morgan looks set to spend the next 12 months on the sidelines as he continues to recover from a long-term wrist injury.
The annual Camán to Croker event took place on Monday August 8th in Croke Park Stadium, Dublin. This is the 5th year of Camán to Croker with over 1,150 Camogie players from 64 clubs nationwide took part in the annual Under 12 development initiative.
It's Mayo and Dublin who are still standing in the Sam Maguire Cup race following Saturday's quarter-final double-header. Here is our football team of the week...
After a thrilling All-Ireland SHC semi-final in Croke Park yesterday, we select our team of the week...
How is your knowledge from a hectic weekend of football and hurling?
There was no shortage of GAA talk on Twitter over the course of an action-packed weekend...